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Tied lead after Day one of the Women's Australian Open

England's Jodi Ewart Shadoff has produced a spectacular round of 65 on the opening day of the Women's Australian Open to join Wei Ling Hsu from Taiwan at the top of the leaderboard.

Earlier in the day Australia's Karrie Webb made the most of the perfect conditions as she carded a 67 to be two-shots back.

Australia's number one ranked player Minjee Lee missed some chances early in her round but still managed to be one under-par for the day and Lee hopes to make a few more putts tomorrow.

"I had two under the front, my back nine, which was my front nine and I feel like it was pretty solid," Lee said.

"I probably made a couple bogeys coming in a couple soft bogeys but yeah something to build on tomorrow.

"I think just a couple more putts and some better shots here and there and I will be alright."

Last year's champin Jin Young Ko is just three shots back at four under-par while Western Australian Hannah Green - who finished third last year - is also within striking distance at four under-par.

Image- Andrew Frackowski